globe lamp

January 28th, 2009 in member junk     
janwinn janwinn, member
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Sometimes its just so darn obvious!!
The before
And after!
Sometimes its just so darn obvious!!

Sometimes it's just so darn obvious!!


I had this beautiful pink and gold glass globe shade and knew it might be a candle holder one day but hadn't been able to fit it satisfactorily to anything.  I then came across this silver tea caddy lid which fitted perfectly and an old glass jar and nightlight finished it off.  It was so easy I felt like I was cheating!  It all fitted very snugly so I haven't fixed it so will be able to re-use the globe shade later when I've worked out what else it will be.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - janwinn
posted in: member junk, lamp

Comments (7)

MelHow writes: Isn't it fun when things fit as if they were meant to be - I like the softness of this piece. Posted: 9:47 pm on January 30th
upyourattic writes: This is very pretty and could go in a lot of rooms - it looks sorta futuristic, too, and would be fabulous in a mid-century modern room!

Nice ~ very nice ~ work!

Thanks for sharing!
patti Posted: 10:02 am on January 30th
georgiamoon writes: I love the ones that just work out without all the blood, sweat and tears (ok maybe not tears) and work out beautifully simple and elegant. Meant to be! Georgia Posted: 12:30 pm on January 29th
rebeljunker writes: Hi Jannwinn
This is a simple, yet lovely project. I collect vintage glass shades(AMONG other things!) I also have used them as candle holders, but have never put a base to mine. Thanks for the inspiration! I love what you wrote in your profile, about some people loving your home and others, just not getting it! My thoughts exactly! Happy junking! Di Posted: 4:28 pm on January 28th
suewhitney writes: Simple and sweet. It doesn't get any better than that!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:56 am on January 28th
irishrovr writes: What a neat idea! Lovely, too

http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 9:51 am on January 28th
MimiToria writes: Isn't it great when things just seem to be meant to be "Married to one another", and they become an awesome project?
Thanks for sharing!
Gretchen Posted: 8:01 am on January 28th
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